- When the shooting occurred on July 3, 2023, Indiana State Police got into an “argument” with Indiana man Sean Hubert, 34, in a hospital.
- Tell the city sergeant. Heather Glenn and Hubert both died in the exchange.
- “We have lost a dear colleague, a dear friend. Sergeant Glenn – she is the cornerstone of our police department,” said Tell Police Chief Derrick Lowerin.
Authorities said police confronted a man early Monday morning at a hospital in southern Indiana, and a shooting erupted that killed both the officer and the man.
Sergeant Telcity was killed in a shooting incident at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Telcity, across the Ohio River from Kentucky. State Police said Heather Glenn and a local man, Sean Hubert, 34.
An Indiana police sergeant said the officers were involved in an “argument” with Hubert when the shots were fired. John Davis said at a press conference. He gave few details and declined questions from reporters, citing an ongoing investigation.
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Glenn spent nearly 20 years with the Tell City Police Department and the Perry County Sheriff’s Office.
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“Our department has suffered a great loss,” Police Chief Derrick Loewalyn said. “We have lost a dear colleague, a dear friend. Sergeant Glenn, she is the cornerstone of our department.”
Lawarin also offered “thoughts and prayers” for Hubert’s family.
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With a population of 7,500, Tell City is 240 miles south of Indianapolis.